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Blog series by SteveKorz updated 11-09-2008 09:15 AM 3 parts 29804 reads 40 comments total

Part 1: Shop Setup

07-14-2008 05:55 AM by SteveKorz | 12 comments »

I’ve looked at a lot of workshop profiles on LumberJocks lately. Everyone tends to setup their shop a little different. For those of you that read my Fire Therapy topic in the coffee lounge, you know that I’ve been doing a little housekeeping lately. Since my mass exodus of junk, I have an incredible amount of room in my shop to begin to actually set it up for the first time in my life. Before I messed around for three or four days hanging shelves and cabinets, I thought I&#...

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Part 2: Wall Slat Organizers

11-08-2008 04:45 PM by SteveKorz | 18 comments »

OK. Let me start by saying that my shop is a disaster. More like a DIE-saster. You walk in and it’s much like a bad natual disaster, or war zone- and it’s actually gotten dangerous. I’ve lived out of those bucket buddies for years, and quite frankly, I just have never quite been able to get organized. I like to do things with a certain amount of frugality… recycling everything I can and not buying new stuff. If I have it, and can use it, and it works, I’m...

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Part 3: Hanging saw holder

11-09-2008 09:15 AM by SteveKorz | 10 comments »

I’ve been working on this wall slat system for a couple days. I only had a couple hours to mess with it today. One of the things that I made was a cam action hanging saw holder. I got tired of storing my saws flat against the wall on a nail. It’s inconvenient if you store more than one per nail, then you end up with saws on the bench that you aren’t using (getting dull every time something bumps into them). I made this hanger to solve that problem in my shop. I know,...

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